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    Re: Webservices: Ruby vs PHP

    Neither. I am using JSF
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    Re: JList Population

    I see you've answered your question. But as a future reference, if you needed to do something more complex that you couldn't do with the simple toString() method, one option is to create your own...
  3. Re: Why does the following code produce an empty array

    You can't reassign the realnumber variable and expect the value in the array to change too. You need to actually override the index:
    realnumbers[index] = realnum
  4. Re: Webservices for collecting data on specific things

    The NLP is actually going really well. My main concern was just breaking a short sentence into the different parts of a sentence, and then pulling out the nouns and verbs. That's probably 99% working...
  5. Re: Webservices for collecting data on specific things

    I've looked into freebase, and it seems ideal for my needs. But I would like to add a footnote for anyone who comes across this post that freebase is being absorbed by wikidata over the next few...
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    Thanks. I'd never heard of that. I'll look into that.

    Well, regardless of whether the program looks at the database for all the detailed information or queries a webservice for the details, it...
  7. Re: Webservices for collecting data on specific things

    By "cache", I mean saving in a database (I've been reading a lot of ToS's lately). The data I plan on storing shouldn't change (for example, a landmark probably isn't going to get relocated).
    I want...
  8. Webservices for collecting data on specific things

    I'm looking for a webservice (or several, if need be) which can provide me with some basic metadata on... specific things. I guess you would say: Proper Nouns (I'm unsure what the correct phrase for...
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    Re: Point of Interest API

    Google's Geocoding seems it might do what I want, but Google's TOS states that the Geocoding service MUST be used with a map, which is not relevant for my needs. I'm just trying to find the location...
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    Point of Interest API

    Does anyone know of a web api I can call to get the locations of various famous Points Of Interest? For example: the Eiffel Tower, the Grand Canyon, ect.
    Preferably, one that will allow free access....
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    JSF, displaying protected images

    I want to know if anyone could explain to me how to protect user images on a website driven with JSF.
    I plan to have the user images stored on disk, and the JSF application running on a tomcat...
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    Re: JSP-file can't find CSS-file

    Inside the WebContent folder, create a folder called: resources.
    Inside the resources folder, create a folder called: css
    Inside the css folder, put your MyCss.css file.

    Then put the following...
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    Re: Is JAVA what I'm looking for!?!?

    The type of server depends on how you want to go about doing this. You can use an application server (also known as a VPS), which will allow you to create a comprehensive back-end (server-side part)...
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    Re: Is JAVA what I'm looking for!?!?

    Okay, so you will need to have a server if you want to do this with java. There is the client-side and the server-side aspects of this project. The client-side is the GUI stuff, while the server-side...
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    JSF and Servlet Integration Question

    Okay, so I understand how to make a JSF Application, and I understand how to make a Servlet API, but I am still a little unclear about how to integrate the two of them correctly.
    Should they be...
  16. Re: Can't find Java JDK 32-Bit Windows 7 ... ?

    Where are you looking? Oracle has it on their websites: Java SE Development Kit 8 - Downloads
    NOTE: x86 = 32 bit
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    Re: Designing New Forms with eclipse

    You cannot "design a web page using java". Java (in its current, widely used form) is not a UI language, but rather a server-side language (it could still be considered a UI language if we are...
  18. Best Way of Managing Database Resources

    So when we make a database connection, we use the following classes:
    1. Connection
    2. Statement
    3. ResultSet

    All three of these classes need to be closed to prevent resource leaks. What is the...
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    Re: Webservices: Ruby vs PHP

    I'll look into that. I have one more question. Most of the VPS hosts have different tiers, and each tier has different amount of RAM available. Realistically, how much RAM would be reasonable to...
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    Re: Webservices: Ruby vs PHP

    I've actually gotten a potential investor who offered to pay for VPS Hosting, and to help purchase a proper domain name, so I have began work on building a java webservice instead.
    Do you know of...
  21. RestFul Servlet On Tomcat, ResourceConfig exception

    I am trying to get a Hello World RestFul servlet to run on Tomcat on localhost. When I start the Tomcat server, I get the following exception:

    Here is my web.xml and the class that prints Hello...
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    Re: Webservices: Ruby vs PHP

    I already do that. But if a malicious user were to create a script that sent acceptable data to the webservice, the users would be created. I'm not talking about a drop tables thing, more of a:...
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    Re: Editing an Open Source Java Program

    It sounds like an IDE thing. The IDE is running the code you downloaded, not the code that the IDE compiles. Unfortunately, I don't know nearly enough about Netbeans to help you. But that at least...
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    Re: Webservices: Ruby vs PHP

    Another question, which I'm sure I could find the answer to if I searched long enough online, but I'll ask anyway.
    Okay, so I have a webservice for managing Users (adding, finding, authenticating,...
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    Webservices: Ruby vs PHP

    I am building a website which will require me to make a handful of webservices. These webservices will read from database tables, write to database tables, and modify files on the server.
    I know PHP...
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